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A25 1875  %Wti:  Ift Of  -*J������������? ..������  3Slo_' 'Vi  >rlD|  enW" "���������'  sama  rati*! _  lege,  ���������  ;-lll������������V-'  js-elf,' ;���������" -  ��������� ;_i-r'Y^-  .���������ct _.;���������'  *&������������������.'���������"  ,;,Vr;i.i"r||  THE CARIBOO SENTINEL  JPubitfih'edfl?������r j Saturday by     ���������  ������ OBERT     HOLLO WAT.  ���������' y. _ :-.������-.    ������������������.:':  Subscription, -  -y25 Cents t>er"W������ek.,  RATEvS OT AbyERTlS_r?G~"  ���������    v. >-M ���������'���������* j'Y   '��������� "V?      ��������� "*-. ���������.. ;������������������ '.;  Ver >ae-*qu*.rr;onel uch),flriUnien!oD,  ���������  ' ��������� one month,, ���������' .'���������  FartwouquaresHrsUnsertlonj  ��������� - .��������� Ci   ���������  * ' ;-'.'       *       onemonth   I  '���������������������������ii  i  Ag������at������ for th������** Cariboo dentinal.1*  f i M������>1ni������Mi'tb,\'"\  *������������U Creek,-'   ������������������  01 in ton;, ^* ������;>, *n:"*  -Tile, 'Ay-^yjyJ:  Ytf'-w Tritra'aeter  Vl������t������r|tt,r       "        ���������  i(_ '-.Street'  Bar������ard������tRxpr������M  Barnard'������Rxpresfl  *M**f*^a������rd.?aBxpfif������.  :P/; 3-"$"* /////ft*// J  ,,    ���������/john Wnrriy-'.  C-Y-:   "^Ifr^hafc^spcaT*  i Corn hill. ton don f������CL  i:, ,-,v -.   'vp:-:-v\-- ������������������*������*-?.-. l*.:s).  ';-..:-'"-'.:-'-:" -4'iYYfe?:.;y.:| =-:-i.i.te������fr',*l:-* j-^w-j'f  "NEW ADVERTISEMENTS  NOTICE TO CLAIMANTS of LAND  'NEW" WKSTMInStER DISTRICT.,  NOTICB IS HEREBY GlVKN, In'accordanee nitb  -the provisions of the "Land Actvl874,,> that th?  following lands situate In tho District of New Westminster have beea Subdivided by survey;'land the  Map .thereof has been deposited iu ihe office of Mr H.  Y. KdraOMds, New Westminster: '"'  TOWNSHIP 14.  tVwihwett qturtrr Section 1.  ���������������������������   Nerlhwwit quarter Section 1. : Y'/   /  ' KoffUtefuBt quarter Section I. '���������"//'  A A-' -���������'. '"Am.  MtSCELLANEOUS.;;i  From 6 to 12* cents peril*  ..FLOUR,.--  ���������BUTTER, ,  $8perl001ba.  60 cents per lb  AND ALL KINDS OF  ****������.* 4... t*.  A ���������l'AAH  -' iVi ri.y  Wards, Olrealaru /Pr������������ter������!i,and ProgrammeRfor  Bal I *nnfr Theatrical "En tertaiiimentB * ���������'  :;&8fcWiecii te d wiTh nea tn essanddlapatcl  ..'.{��������� i  V.1 ���������.������������������!'���������.���������!���������.  *-Mw:!l1*>V^  \d  TO WNSH IPS ;.;Np.;;8^10, slL  ��������� ���������������������������'**vii.  ������������������ y.i\ w.  ���������y.AV'  y'Vy'.-v V Aiyu.  ';\_ .;���������.--.,i;'.',:5 '^  ;���������::���������         -yy ....���������������' 14.,  y\ -yy.-'^y: ,y\ 16.  * v1** ^ :**.^.^r:.  ^*i>*^rT?vi'r**yi%\  * " *  ������ W ��������� ��������� -  -vy^yyv-:--eriri^H.,  ~A y y: ' - > ".-. i<|i"Y; ���������������"���������"' *  !;.-   "���������������������������."..,  .     GROUP It  )' .I'"-'   .'',  -���������',iX   ,"   .:. 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'      ' :-     ���������--<   -      -'ROBERT^BKAVEN^......= .,  . *��������� ������������������*.���������������������������������������������''��������� ,    . 'Chief.'COmmiBsloner Laade and Works  * Xaads ������������d Worka Departmcnt.'  . '  ..,,  ,.     . : .*. ...  ',' tHcteria-'July 24,^ 1875^iAA     *'���������> <��������� A     ��������� '   '  .NSit'-  ?Yv;r  IA,  s  OTIC������ 'IS  HEREBT ,GT-V ^ "Of'i^0i  cor������ianee.jWilb/.0la"nse^23 ^LandAAc'fr  ISfJ^;'1 that ull tlie unyurveyedf uureaerredrfvacant  <Jr.������������ii Lu d . e si lu ate wi thin ������ti������ e: Uoundarie* ou Town-;  *hipn.Nn. *%.lri md 11. as defined on '-the'.Official Map*  3n tli-(!;?uid Oftlc", Victoria^ with the exception of ihe  i olio wi rip suJid ty i������ions, wJH .be op������in for- .^re-eroption  4iu i "pu re I \ a'se ai 10 o^olock a^m;% on. Hon day, /17th  May, 1875, ut ih$AtMri*M. Henry VUBdihohde, K*o_^  .New .Wotftiriastos: ,,  .TOWNSHIP NO. 8.   *    ;,  s -;  j. . Son th west^quarter 'of;-SpcM.!*S). L  .'* Northi-ast quarter of SfCiton 1.  .%Kast'il--*'-"'���������-" ���������---������--���������-���������-*���������-���������������������������������������������  -. ay-.  tfd^  as'fc.  josfr -  yy  ip<������rtlon::of ;North wost quahcr of Seatlon I";  : :Srtatb!eastiqu������rter'of 'iSection;2;^';': "f :���������' Ay Y -,; ji  : -Soutiiwpst quar.ter.^pfls^ction 3, r :- ;.-,? ./;���������'.: j.a  *^ ;North west quarter of Section 2. f  Southeast quarter of Section 3;'"     ^       . ";  ; Northeast quarter of; SiVetion.3. :,   V ;  -���������Sentheast qiiaHer'bf Section 10.  : , East half, of South westquar ter of Seattea I0.v  ;������ flections 11 and 12 ' V   >    y. ".,',���������/  .;-.;., .-Southeast -quarter of Section 14. - ���������   ::   '"  ..,-'., j_natli westquar ter of Section 20; ^Y-Y/j ���������**  ' f;y If v; / TowNSiHiP;:no* cii..1*.yA *y  ''���������. Sections 17, is/l������t 20./;-               . 1/ /  ;' Nur.tit half of Section 21. .���������.-..,���������       . /;  j ���������i'l'Koriliwest quiir ter of Section'.M/-'.' /"/  North east quarter of Section i&A  ... ��������� S re lions. 28, 29, 30' 82, 33 ��������� U. '���������' ^ ' *-' ���������  Southeast quiirtfir of Section 35^ < ^  -   Northeast quarter of Scctjpu ,35V (  >'*��������� South west quarter of Section SO..  ���������  : Korth west quarter of ^Section 38.'���������   ,vy '  ,  :        ���������;.-., IROBERT BJ5AVEK.       ���������  fChief Cora,mJssUmer of .Lao.do and Works.  La'a-'s and Works "OfpitTtranot,  ; ;:���������   ���������  Victoria, 6th-May^l87i. fttt21  I0TIC2 10 CLMI/HTS OF MD.  ������������������:''..''      "������������������ ���������       ���������������������������������' r*  ���������    I   ���������  ' NE\r WESTMINSTER DISTRICT.     ���������  : X ' y ;��������� A'A) JrJj '-AVAy-A:��������� %J'V 'vy.yv:y ���������>��������� v  : ���������������������������-��������� '���������- ������������������  ..A        : JN. TO*WNSHIE;^0, 9,  rOSSrO^'DMMSNiOfeYALB DISTRICT:  '���������'/;   yiAA'Ay  - "XA ���������������������������A'vA^ A:\'   '-a.   -  ���������'  ������������������^b^ioCl3'*HBHKBT^^^ with-  ill t theiprOTlSidnSTof^tttb ^Isand ^Act;^I874/ that y.ie'  fellowjng. ���������laiida- sitnate:^in-fthe\Osby<>6s Divistoh of  I Yale; District ;have; h^eeh.: subdivided. by'surVcy* "*an'<i  t'lie map thereof bas^beec������. Jorw'ar^f'd/fo'' the ohlce o!  i.jC.'Hayaes, CPommiflBioher^ ��������� ������������������"- :."*  '  '!  ' ;    --% C Township-No; ^->L^  isecwoa ii, fa, fli, 22 -"23^2*, 25,28; 27 ���������  A I "���������'. '���������������������������.'���������: ..*tar.63^85fB.rn;i;3������: ,-  ���������'. ;���������-         p.-   ���������      T,��������� *fcy\.    ���������"���������?.vi..,\) i;i  And th aljelainia nts'of * any portiriirof;-this' land wh r>  hayy not obt������iued Ci,owrivGKtnts thereofiahou 1 <l prov,  tbeir :ciaims in acoordanco wilh\ Clause 21v hand Aoft,  1874. S     -   * '���������   Y;-V^Y >/��������� -V     ':.'���������    '-���������������������������-'  Foi;ma ofvproqbftnd doclarationa ��������� can;-he ob tat ned a 1  the Office 6Y the 'Goih'niissibner,VOsoybos:  - !' "'    ' - '>��������� -; -V-: ���������:: ������; ?���������:. y '.-'KOBERf. BgAVEN','  y������������������;yi'^ny ^ChlefComnSissiduer'o'f iianiis and Works.  ������������������' Laadaand Works DopartineBt,-. "/"  :. Y TictprtAi April 3, 1876-  yy&wwwm B-ii ->e-: s  3-: w  .'d"e5..  Y'Ki  i, t;X;  yVALKER/    j  v*.^i: jt'-lV'!  ���������; \a QnoiB^^  Where there are still plenty of; tha beat brands o  .-���������.. ,--.- _.'_'_,._  . British Columbia;.;  FLOUR,  I  I,.20, 80,  81,  ���������ap24i  'Mstri&il;  School  .*��������� -f  *bl}Y  r������-:  li  p r������' Y  niy  : k  1  a  w  our  1 ���������  si  r������r'.  "1  ���������J  oa  "fVTOTlCB IS HEREBY GIVEN, in accordanoe with  li * tho provisiuna of the "Land Jet; .,-1874,'* that  tue following: laud, in Group l.'i'Asw Westminster  J)istrici, has been surveyed, and.the Map lias been  deposited in tho Office of Henry. .V, Kdmonda,' Ooua-  BaisKioner, New Westminster :;"  XOT 236r GROUP I.y au Island satiiate at tne month j  of North arm of JVajBar Kiyer, and;known as?  * Mot������ Island. '  -'',y- y        , ���������>���������������..  ��������� And tbat claimants of anv porUon of this land who  hav������������ not obtained Crown Grants thereof, should,  jprore up their claims in accordance with Clause 21  Land Act, 1874. '   '   . /  -Forms ������>f Proof and Declaration can be obtaiasdat  s&o otuc������ of tu* Coin mission'ir, New Westminster.  '������������������-;,    -ROBERT BF5AVKN,-"  _-���������hlefCbnimifltfioner fj������k>\u as 1 Works  ���������'���������'aK*aR.' B������iV������N;  .. .     gChiefCommiiaioaej- l^atia and Weikis,  &aa������is sad'Works'Departmsai..  _ . ,  ��������������������������������� *%m  Aaa ���������-* jproviriciiil Spcreftary's Office^ '*  HERBAfS'the; Lito^  1 Ooui'.el I! i b[- ;em powe re d n rid er" the  **Pubiio:.gchoolAct; 1872;" :t6croato; School  Piatrict.8 in -.. addi ti0 n to��������� those a 1 ready* t*xist  i tig. and to define th e ;b on n da rif is xhereo f, .i t. is  hen������by n 0 tilled' tb at h is Exce tie ncy b as be*mi,  , p feaie d to create f tie frac i of land en cl osed  within the under me n.tio ned boiindaty a School  'District, ujideriithe-'title of the Lake La Hacbe  Sbh 001 D ia ti i c t, viz.: Ai | t h a t I r nc fc. of land  loci tided la a circle which may be described  withiti a radim of six rhilea jn��������� Ierigi b frn m the  Beh001 H0 uae,, fit.ua 1 e a t. t he 114 M i Ie Post, on  the Car ibpo: Rnad'aa "tb"o.. centre of such circle,  By command.  '��������� ':'/������������������ xyyy ::���������;,,.yy    /johhC ^sh,:/ h  ati 21 / ...y.., Prov i u c i a I Sec ie 1 ary.  LILLOOET BEA.NS of 1S75,       ^  And olbo*rFarm rrodnce,aty"CRYLOWRAT8������.  -���������'      ' Also, a general assortmsaief. ���������.'  'V:cc-ceils,:'/i;'.*'. ���������'';;;";/-:;^.;:':  dry:ddoDS,: ���������/;;",,  ���������/BOOTS   &   SHOES,y-AA  HARDWARE and DRUGS-   /  J83" Commission, Storage and Forwarding busines.*  done at reasonable rates.., ���������-, .��������� ,   ���������-,     j  my3 -m \ . ';    JAS,   REID.  Re WESLEYJHALIif  DEGEASKD. .    -  A LL. :PSBSO*NS ' indebted to the   Estat;  A. : ot Weslev Hall, deceased, will pny forthwith to  ilie undersigned the amount of such indebtedness.'  and claims against the K^tate must be presents  witbiu'lbree'wonths ti> . ���������   .  JOHN BOWRON.  Administrator.  Richfleld, Juas 24, .1975.     ��������� ata  Re Thomas Beil^decfeased!  IKS!  NOTICES.  arhard &.'Co-.-S  /;'. (Carrying Her Majesty *a- jtfails,) Ay  ���������; LEAVES-iBARKEliVIMiB FOR TAt*  ;  ': : ,-.:���������'��������� yy r   ;<;* -> Y .-! ������������������ ��������� '   '.. ���������     '-   ������ '    ���������    Y;Y   .'.:;f-:'-;^''. .  Every Sundajr/ tornmi&  Connecttng !wi(h, the;: Steamers /at Qisesa^l-,  'r.;mouth, Yalei:New Westminster.*������d. 'X XX  yyx ":A:t /' '.���������.;'���������������������������'������������������; Victoria/1/ '"'"*(i: A'A-^A"  . i "^saa^Freigbtand Pasgengera carried Ifcrosgfc  - it reaBonable ralea.   ;.   .,.   ;   : v  -   ;..     '.  /: For rates of"Freight and."Passage, apply  tritCy-y.-... y, ���������-... .-   .,. -.. ;;\;; ;..;���������;-���������������������������  :-;;-- ^y-'��������� :WGEOVBY*^ESrA^ent,/:' . .;  ;.������h''���������/-;'-. -    .:.': -' '//''^/''V.-' r Barkerville.  ;a further-supply of  ;"'"DM&Si:--  x;y;:'M^^  >'.-/-, . ���������-.   '-/,..���������-,:.., *    DR.^CHIPP.  Barkerville, April. lT;jy:.;':Y  **;  'f/:  ifr Pr. Chipp -wiiWatten^l on LiaHTrTIire  jvery���������.SUNDAY nntil "Nbori'/aa tisiial,'''.: v."1'  Yaii  ^olkenburglv; & ;P������ -;  TIG E is hereby given, that "all persons  baving anv claims ng.tinst the Ksiate ot.Tbomui  Boil, late'Surgeon to tho Kuyal Can boo Hospital,' do  cbibed, are hereby required to present the same, ti  the underai������(uo(i xithin,three months irom this date;  ���������anil all persona in any way indebt-l to the said estate are also required te pay forthwith the a mop nu  so'dtie by them to .; ;.....\���������'....-."��������� ��������� A ���������-.-.- * ,������������������  "���������' / , *   ".      ,; /" GEORGE- BYRNES,  ���������-���������y. "���������       y- '���������   ;_5it?culor.  Bated the 26th;day..of Jufte,' A.D.; 1875V;      jv-25  :B;:AR;KE;R:yr-l''L-'L.E;;������^'Np  1 ��������� lightnim creek:,: ���������'.  A SUPPLY OFTHB   y. y.-yy  BEST QUALITY OF FRESH MEATS  je20  Always on hand.  9  0 fs  BIO;HFIELD/  Clias. Paulson, Proprieto  A,A coed assortment of Oroosrles, Provisions, &C,  en hane.<' , ..  The BAK (9 gte^sed wtfia 6h<j beet VTinei, Liquors,  aad<*1ganiw jal943aa  '"yAA PERSONAL.   .  THE undorsignedv who has been in. the employ of Air John O'Duiihtdl for a nuiubor of ycais,  hereby notifies the public of Oar 1 bob that he Iri NOT  AN INDIAN^an aomj.pnoplo suppose, but a WHITIB  ii AH, a'ud a n^tiv.e of Maxtoo:     .       -,  ,-   ���������,/.^" ANTONIO E0QUET;  Re AndrerJacqiiem6tf,/.  A: ryy'y .      DB0EASED./  ALL PERSONS indebted- to the Estate of  ���������'A'n'drc Jacquomot, Uocoasei, will pay lorUjWitJ,  to tho undersigned the amount of such IuuebtodncrfS;  and claims against the Jistato  must b������ presonteu  within three months to    ; '���������'.- ' '���������   y .y [A..* ���������  .      GEOKGE; BYRNES,   :  ,-  1     '���������     : Agent in this matter ior tne  ' r- ' Official Admin is trU tor y  , Barkervilla, June 26,1875.     ���������       - J?26/  Notice to claimants of Land  NEW WESTMINSTER^^ PISTRICT.  XTOTICE'IS HEREBY GlVE>r, in accordance with  ll the provisions; of the Land Act,-18*74;mat ilie  tbilowiug lands situate in the District of New West^  minster have been subdivided by survey, and ine  map thereof has boon deposited in the oliice of H. V.  Edifionds, Commissioner, New Westminster:  Group 1.  Lot 237.    :.  Group 2.  Lots 19S, 199, and 200.  KOBERT CRAVEN,  ���������       Chief Comraissiunor of X^nds aau ������ ���������rks.  ���������  J">nds and Works l>epartmeat  f    SAMUEL, SMITH,--;';-;  STANLT, , -   '/   LIGHTNING CREKS^.  v3Hfts oa band a choice stock of   .->.'���������.������������������.   ���������-  .. Pr ri siou-sy G-r oceries ,'.'���������'  LIQPES,' CIGAES, CLOTHIIG, m;'  which be will sell,  iraOLESAIiK AND RETAIL, A8 CHEAP-/  AS THE CHEAPKbT.  nut. ' "'*-���������."  ce  ���������pROM THIS DATE .THE ASSAT.Ohtrg*  L-    forlots of Gold Dust of; Fifteen Ounces; or a a aw?" -  \' RE0CJCED TO TWO'pbLLA-SS; *," * V  andfotw-  ������ *'���������    ;A.> ���������-.- A'-^;..\-   yt :-yr:A ,,;-'1  MINERAL ASSAYS TO FIV-E DOt VAS^y  the latter payable������0 advance.  Au ���������   t,29thil874j     -;-..  W/fllTCBTCOCK.  .aa2������m  Notice.,'  a  LL Persons Indebted to the Estate; of p ������,  late firm of Cl)'HISN k HOFFMAN'"������������--Bar eri-  ilho  Quosuelmoutb, and J?eaceKiyi rf are requeue*.���������������:  osAtle the amounts duo by tne in, 0.tb*e r. wise, legal.. ,  (iroc^edings will ba iiisiimtod for the rt'covory of ihs^-5  same. ... ���������. ...-.l:,i. Vy-Jy   ^_-_^."^������-'-v������;  9������&1   j    DarlcervilUt; J.ilf SSj MW  Ast&t for  ������������-  x >. ��������� ~s-  V  mm  tlfRC^IBOO SENTINEL  .    --n--- ���������     '     _ i    ���������     .il n   ��������� -ri- II HI t   - I  SAWRDAY/SBPT   25. W5.  ]vA      mMmo^ addresses/ y  A..     T%emssfy,.straightforward utterances   of  4he members of the Government in adoreaa-  /infsr their constituents through the columns of  .  the pub lie press, stand In pleasing contrast  to fbe .iftally, hypocritical effusions of the  tfe w opponents who have presumed to assail  ;1h������*ir conduct of Ihe "business of the Province  #tirlnjsrlthe. last three years.  Ho ny Mr Beayen.  ���������who has been re* elected at the head , of, the  poll ;for.>4he largest constituency fn' the Pro*  vince states that the policy of the Admlnis*'  tr&tlon with which he rs connected ���������* has been  based it pan principles cal ciliated  io'foster J  *������*It- government, and jas also been directed  towards the settlement of the Province by  opening, op roads, makinge&tenfcivesurveys;  ���������*iippiy,lnff full and 'trust worthy info r'uwtiosh  to iwmigrants, anil giving free grants of land  to all desirous of beeomInducttiaI settlers  -amongst.ns. /A' generous; support bas/aUo  beea glven; to the {tee ^on-sectariari system  of education established by the former Gov-  ���������untment;;; an ^piemen ting  It   by   firovidtng  iVu jhe higher brunches of education and,the  ���������������*u &Mtii ul 'establish men t of a Board leg School  :1n the interior.^ states that  ;*lu deajingwitb^ national  ���������character arising;out/pf the ; failure hy the  Dominion GoyerrrtmBUt/ to. Varry out their  treaty obligations, respecting rail way  and  -other matters, it has been; the'aim of the Pro*  yincial; Government/to act promptly   and  tfrmly, but temperately,In the diVcliar^e of  the   plain   diities    im pose d/L upon Ibem/*  "The \Cfc������fObmr^jssioner -ciaims credit for  :-the Government, which even, their bitterest  Enemies,will hot -be disposed ��������� to deny them.  ;;ior having ������������������eecured to the country a certain  Measure of prosperity even in the face  ot  ff&y. ad verse circu m s ta u ces a nd m a ny d i sa p-  |v)intinents; caused hy the non-fiommenee^  TUrtht  of railway   construction  within   the  "Pr.j v������priK" "arid say:s"."<>' u ni if off actioif on ;t be  pnrt.orthe several constituencies of the Province |s,'a^ove all things; desirable at the.  present juneilire, and will prove one of the  surest safeguards in the protection  of the  r%h,to and jtwVclaims of British Columbia.'*  'Jo bis address te^he electors of the District  of New Westminster, Hon. Mr Armstrohi  appeal was not niade in-vain/'--Mr Armstrong  (ben refers to. the tariff question, and snys  he could not consistently give his voice in  support of impracticable schemes introduced  from time to time by some members of the  House for political purposes*.  /'So much for the platform of Ministers  every pl������nk of which is composed of sound  material, -roads through the productive dis.  triets. exteuHve surveys, supplying informal  Hon to immigrants, and free grants of land to  all;; desirous   of;.becoming   aetrial  settler*  amongst us ;  a .generous support to a non-  sectarian system of education.    The platform  of tbe '* Opposition" may be summed up in  a few^words-"; Rnvy,sh,ilred  and malice :"'  and thetr sole object at present, after being  .crushed on the Island; is .to -create dissension*  between Mainland and Islaiid  whiclr rhev  hope will.resiilt in ousting the present Gov/  *rnm*nt from office.   So far as Cariboo i*  flonceroed, wh may safely say that no political  firebrand will be ; re (ii rued,'for this 'district,  apd that tbe Government policy will be atis-  tainedatthe upproachiug,election.   We hope  the electors in the other districts of the Mainland will do likewise.  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS/'   ���������    -_ . ��������� ���������    -   rsetnf  A Court of General Assize  owl Gaol Delivery and of Nisi Prina; will be  held at each of the undermentioned places bh  follows, ii nd nil witnesses are hereby notified  to attend th'rent :  RICHFIELD. Morula v, 18th''October, 1875.   ;  QUK^NRLMOUTH. Saturday. 23d October.  CLINTON. Mondav. 1st November.  KAMLOOPS. Mmidty. 8th November,  By order* ������������������'//\  GKO. BYRNES,  Sheriff of Cariboo and Lillooel District.  .Sent. 21.1875.-  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  m  ThbIkckdXtms ogthr Saba������a���������Mr G. fL  "Elinahaii/oH he Geological Survey of Ireland.  w,rites as follows :--������������������ The projectors of the  inundation of the Sahara .seem only to look  at the question from*an African point of. .v ie w.  while they ignore ilie future results to  Eu  rope./ It te well known  that* the hot .south  winds' from; Africa have a material effect' on  the snow and; ice of South Europevand  in'  those' years- that tb ere is a con i in nation"- of  winds trom this quarter;  the snow line it*  raised, wh lie; "t he; g la ciers re) rea t, fii rt her u p  th* valleys than ordinary/' From this it ap-  pears probable, as.has lie.en suggested by mi  eminent geologist'*hat*b������ retreat of the ice  ami snow into the higher portions of the.Ku-  r 6 pea n mountains fo I lo wed t be drying ti p of  the pea that o n ce occii'pied. the'S������ hkra dese rt:  tbe  hot winds generated on ������ large expanse  r>f  s'a n d/ thus- exp used, ��������� ha re' *������11 o rie 11 >e r  changed-th'* climate of. .En rope.., It; the siiir-  gesiionntbove mentioned" is correct, it would  appear that tbe inundation of the Sahara, if  practicable, would aflf<������ct not only Africa, but  ajsofEiirope. .It sbo'tild there fore be iuqiii red.  would tbe *cii in ate of Europebe so gradually  changed.that eventually the sriv.w line would  .descend to its ancient limits ;   that consi.der-  a b fe po rf i ons of Its I y, Spat ri, Fra nee, >S w'i i-  ^erl.and, &c . would be envetupedin perpetual  8������jow, while' the  Rhine,  Danube, and other  .rivers would be changed into great glaciers?  And if these, even fu *.|'y would be the results  would tbe immediate advantages gained  by  Ah ica ^compensate for  the after disastrous  loss to En rope?'*    /,.  Wanted, . v,    A. ;\'  WmvZ MAK COOK,   flnoiwaces.  :    Apply at the STAKLBV HOTEf,, UgUtnlng  Creole. yy. - eC4 ,  A  "NOTICE.  rPHE ORD1KARY GENERAL MEETlN'G  I   of the      .       ......- ��������� .������������������.,���������-.'���������.'���������}-.  WILLIAMS   CREEK   BEDROCK   FLUME  AND DITCH COMPANY (Limited).*  Will bf������ held at Barkerville, on Saturday,. 26th inst.,  at 7o*c!oclf p.m.'  '.   '.        V 3.    PENCER THOMP.-ON.  ���������       ..-...:  Secretary.    :  ith September. 18?5- '  H s received a    .  NEW STOCK O^OODS  Cororrisinga CreatNovflty la  Ladies' Albiiins.  LADIES'    AND   MISSES   READT^fADB  COSTUMES; US  [JNDRRCLOTHiNG,  SLiW'BRS,'   ���������"/"/./-'   ,<   -'-i ' -/   a"-A-A  CHILDREN'S BOOTS AND SLIPPERS ftji  sizes.'" :���������-.���������-���������   ��������� X r- ���������' ] ���������' ,        r  AM brecory Exprew, a n-w sbpplyof Fancy Gon.!_  -whicb J tvill8eila������.lownM>o8Ubloto6uittneUmc8  .....,uu2l Ira .a*.  A  :0f:i  A  Mai  Mat  lotA  A La rge  and  gs  Patent  Dr. CHrpp. Barkerville,  L  CKt*BRATBJ>  -i rFrank\'Ferrett,1--  [NEX T DOOR to TIC-TIC OF FICEJ  rNViTES YOU TO CALL AND SEE fi_|_  ; wms, iiquobs im mm  :     .^       ..OF TnE BEST.QtJAUTy.?  :     '        s!/-;/*'"���������"'     : i' Y. **      \,v /.<-'  -  N.B.-^T6 fill up iho time,, j will attend tots*  ^   TAILOR^ ^*v-  And JEWING Vt ACHINW U'or^. If^^desWt^  DECLARED BY CONNOISSEURS TO BE  THE ONLY GOOD SAUCE-   ��������� 1,:^,^v^^^^^^^^^  after referring-to the policv of the Govern-!���������!������������������ -8������>-s?.-A  Newburyport: ijiho. was th**  , yj lin of a 8? urufar incid-nt the ofher night.  dent in opening: up the country bv the con-  ���������struction of roads through jhe_ productive  fliH������tictft, with results apparent to all��������� *iz.,  Increased fftcitities YorInternal commnnica-   ...   r,.������    .Mur-|      IUJ40I.  Winie passing along the sire'et a bov nxplorled  ; a'common cracker Just behind���������him. while nf  the same instant a rotien bamicit,"thrown  from u neighboring fruit Rtpre, struck him on  the bVck'Of the head     He at once screamer.  tion,  increased . population,   and increased *1>W Vtn IZr, Z^Z?*���������**'  In consequence vf Spurious Imitations pj  Lea & Perrins  Sauce*  wkkh are calculated to deceive the Public,  EEA& PERRINS have adopted  ;;  A New Label,  bearing their''Signature, thus***  iNTjifPi county: a>urt:tipjiUittshli  COLUMiJIA, ilOLDKN AT RiCIlFILLa  ;      ; IN BANKRUPTS;  In the matter of DOAILNIQUEERCOLK a  RiOikrhpt."������������������-.���������.   ��������� '   :.':":'-: a--a  VoTlCE is lK-rcl,y given that 'tlie exhmimitjan of  S.B!;" kriipt :ipp"������nitd to be liHl hefon- this  (.ourt on i-rl-i.-.y, ih,.-^|.(1���������y of:Septeiuber. A. D.' 1875*  Tims l.em ������ jnnrncd by the Jadg/oi the H-,i.������ Cmrt ri  SV7i 1* tmg 0f :tb* K������������pro������������'-'Cfifart. to bu iVciWca  Datea the 4th-day of S<?ptomhrr, A. D. 1875  ,y ''���������;-'���������: ALKX.  K. HI   DAVIE,  -.'���������-: Counsel for .tho B ink rupt.  prosperity���������thus ppeafcs of the rnii way difficulty :���������4,Mnch: has . been   said   about  the  4*ppeaUp England.   Mr Edgar's ��������� terms������ pro-,  posed  that a wagon road  shonid  be built  nloii.tr the eoltiel������nglh  of the  line,  before  menial  rail way construction wascoramenced  ���������mi ihe Mainland.   I cannot believe  that  I  wiMiicl have been_ justified iu giving my assent  lo An -agreement under which railway construction  in   this section  of  the  Province  would bave been -delayed for ten or fifteen  yearH. ; As a result of the Appeal to England,  'tlt������? Dominion Government are pledged  to  **g\ti factual railway construction   on  ihe  llaififarid the moment the surveys are sn(H  .ciently advanced to allow of it;: and they are  ttsso pledged to expend on works of construe-  -tiou'at least -$2j&00,pt*JO;a je*r. instead of  Si.500,000 as proposed by Mr Edgar.   It ha������  . beeii said that w&o^iby negotiation with  ihe Dominion Government, bave  obtained  better terms/but'ftta?^official utterances or I hat  Government entirely disprove tins.   In their  -eommunicaiioiis  to   Lord Carnarvon  tbey  made it quite apparent that they considered  "toe Edg.tr proposal .a most liberal one ; and  <*tb July, 1876^} it is expreg^y stated thai  ���������ttblw opinion iaCanada would not go he-  y<mS the propos^made through- Mr Edgar.  To������ will see, then, that it- was our dutv to  ^he.mp������n?aGoi?er3m������Dt^and the  of the decayed fruit frrmi his head, exhii.iied  it to a horror-stneken bystander aaasbeci-  men of hii brains. p���������  Appointments.  Provincial Secretary'������ Office,  30th August. i������75.  h-?Sl  Exclel,on?Jr ^e Lteutenant-Govemnr  hnfl been pleaded  to appoint the followme  ffiirSf U] h% R:������^.������ing/Offieers! for   ho  ?elner ivi'f ������ml ^"^.srt opposite their  respective names;  Bvf^pi" E!/,c,,'������?1 W^������������tor YnU. J. Camp.  ^teS?*'Creek'vice &'T-Bu8h'^  r11^ ��������� "fK'xuenuy. ric^ J. 0. R,'m_ '  ft!, a ?S.Vm^mnnt lifts been MnoilteA.  ������'tS4pK;?-��������� R,<!' vice F- G- CUuTle.  r's<|.. iwt.w������ rronnee.  ,    Fjir ������h������ Wrttopal District of hmkim*   T  FooR!>. Esq;, vioe J. M_rl������.y. Esq., who* ao  pomtinent has been cunceJled. P"  which will bt'placed on every bottle of  Worcestershire Sauee,  after this date, and without which none  is genuine* ���������  November 1874.  \* This does xol apply to shipments  made prior to the date given.  Ask for LEA W PERRINS? Sauce,  and see Name on Wrapper, Label, Bottle  and Stopper.  Wholesale and for Export by. the  Proprietors, Worcester; Crossed BVackwell,  London* l5c.y l5c. ; and by Grocers and  Oilmen throughout the World.  WILL LEAVE STANLEY FOB TALE  Saturday, Oct/ 9.��������� .'  making the trip IN VwREK, and connecting with  the steam r " Victoria*1 i'or Soda. Creek, and " ftuyal  City" ior New Wfstniioi.tt'r.  TLS.]      JOSEPH VV. TRUTCH.  CANADA.  PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.  Victoria, by the Grace of God of the United  Kingdom,of Great Britain and Ireland,  QDKB.V, Defender of the Paiihi &c. &c.  To all to whom these presents shall come -  Gkkktixg/  A   PROCLAMATION.  Gko: A! Walkkm,   WHEREAS. We are de-  Attorney General.,   sirous and resolved   as  rood as may be. to meet Our People of Our  Piwince of British Columbia, and to have  heir advice in>0.irVgi.;ia.nre, We do make  known Our Royal Will and Pleasure to call a  new Legislative Assembly of Our said Province, and do further declare that, by ihe ������dr  vice of Our Executive  Council of BiitM.  Coliimhni We have this day given orders for  issuing Oar Writs in due form, for calling a  new Legislative Assembly for Our said Pro-  viuce which Writs are to   bear date on   the  .dtHh day of August instant, and to be r-'htrn~  able, as to Vancouver Island, on the FIRST  day of OCTOBER next, and as to the S  l������������d on the FOUUTJl day of DECEAiBEit  DvAu'  In Testimony whereof. We have cause*  these Our Letters to be made Patent; an*  the Great Seal of Our said Province to  be hereunto affixed : Wihiess, the Honorable Joskpu Wi iJumTumm, Lien tenant- '  governor of Our suid Province of British  Columbia, in Our City ^Victoria, in Our  said Province.Jthis Stub day of August, m>  Jbe year of Our Lord 1W5, and in th������-  o8th year of Our Rei^n.  ���������By command,  ;     JOHN ASH. .  Provincial Secretary.  :x*  Provincial Secrefarv'g Office  ' . SOih Au._ru������M875.        "  h������?? &^l.lency  ihe  Lieufenaut Governor  has heen pleased to place Fi_kdbw<������ K  Fostkh mjd Uon^ Duxs^om 5nJre������ on  .$&������ WE MAKS A TRIP KVgRf THREE  W RivKS. dates of departure irom Cariboo  will be duly adveriisfd.^fy^  $������r NO MGUT TRAVELLING���������TIMB!  JONATHAN' KCTiT, Agent, B?rkervi������������;  ikigost 81, JSJfi- &  Electors of tlie Dis-  HI  mmmm.  GKNTLT3MBN,,;   ./,.  Having bora urgently r^ucsted, I have consented  to Ptanit for elecijou as ono of yunr represeatailveB  in toe Provincial Legislature.  From my knowledge of Yhs r���������qulr6ments or your  District, m the event of election, I hope to be ofW  duty tJmu���������* y������* fflay "* upoamy doi������*m*  @s������i;etvm������, A������5*4** 9tt.  y  sailf  port  'Tl  rStrH  Mr-."  jahd  rtres������  byA  Tl  Sin  Ri  iyftst'  lam  :4\a  mF^***  ith. TflE CAlirnOO SEN* IN!<
SATURDAY, SEPT. 25;: :S75.
AAA {Ay BIRTH.' -' [^ /-.
At Barkerville. on the -21st in.'t. the wife
of Mr* JoiiN PiNKuitfb.v, of a daughter.;
DEATH     "''';
At Astoria. Oregon, ori the 7th insf., Thomas i
Martin, : only son of Thomas and Bsiz-ibeih |
Mart taV aud brot her of M rs Harry Wiimot,
ot Barkerville; aged'22,-years,,   '""���    A
Victoria, Sept. 23���The steamer Pacific
Failed yesterday from San Francisco for this
port with ne*fly."200 pasaenirers./'
The Salvador, from San ymucisco, is in the
rStrnita hound iih Among the passengers are
���Mr W. C.'Ward and family, froni England,
land Miss Z >e Gnyton. the distinguished ac
press, who hns been engaged for a short season
by M rs Phelps.      ; '     '.
Th*�� City of Panama sailed yesterday fo
Sth-Francisco././/.//'���'' .. y.-* -        ���   ���
Riviere du.Loupe, 19ib���Durin_r the storm
jyertterday.12 inches of snow fell, and much
lam age was dime to fruit.*      .
''���' ��� UNTTED STATES.    "'*     vv"*
New Orleans.. 20th ���The Galveston steam-
"ship  Hart in   has -just 'arrived:   The purser"
! ta tes tha t t he Uiw ri of I n d ta nota is aim oat
[entirely demolished-, wharves business houses
[and dwelling* broken  in  pieces or. swept
��� away.    There are only "three houses; remain
"liter which are not 'damaged.   The telegraph
���office is gone',* the signal .office.- damaged1, the
telegraph   lines down for  miles,   railroads
washed away, houses, fences and* trees ;pijed
up in broken masses on the streets./ Reports
of  loss of. life" are .conflicttug;.but all agree
tbat there are from 100, to  150. lives lost.-
The purser stales (hat on account of the eXr
ci foment it :wiu i .'h possible to obtain the: cor-.
recr number,   The steainship^returned with
jjfcercargo, as there waa no place where she
jcouid l��nd.. ....   '  .-;... ,   -A-A  . '   . ���. A,
$|| Ft. Loins. 2Is��t���Collier, Assistant Snnerin*
;Jpei:<leu! General of Telegraphs/received the
llpffo'lowlng from Galveston :'������    //;..'/
���M "Additional accounts of Tndianoln disaster
'0��y (he Joss of lile ami suffering are terrible.
|Dead bodies aiestrewti f'��r  miles ', along  the
sjbeach. ..The citizens here are organizing for
etief. and will send them food and clothing.
ver 10,u\boc!ies were found* and  buried ^'up
o the tithe tbe steamer left/*
Later inform al ion from the West says the
iwii of Matagorda was swept away, only two
ouses being deft standing.    The town. of
edar Lake has been washed  away and all
ihe people lost.   Infoimatton received from
"ust Bay states that ihe Suffering among the
people is terrible. .
S\ Louis. 21st���Information comes from
oiptis Christi that the town is safe, having
:ctped the, heavy, gule.   The town of-Sal-
jperz-i was entirely washed away.
Cincinnati. O.. 16th��� The Cincinnati 2oo-
ogical Garden was opened, today. The
arden contains sixty acres, is laid out in
11 ks: dt;ive.*, <fciv has a ntiinber of foiintnirirind small lales; and the collect! iri of animals
nd bi rds is the fi11eat in . the conn try, :
MancbcbWi*^ Pa:/ J8th-4Last ��� night!: the
oca in o t i v e of a coal t ra i n  on  Leig h Va I ley
ail way exploded.    The engineer, fireman,
nd two brakes men'were instantly kuieuV y
New YnrkAmHA^It'h expected that'the
ases of Till on vs.  Beecher  will be called
oiii the calendared the City-Court thia after
bon by Judge Reynolds.   Mr' Meyer, coun
el for Til ton. will answer he is ready.   The
use Til ton vs. Beecher. which was No. 19 on
phe docket, was by consent of counsel put
giver until next term, as was also Tilton's
jibe! suit against the Brooklyn Eagle.   ...
^i  New' York,  20th���-Wlfhln a few  days a
^��en��>ug disease lias .broken   out among; the
jggporses throughout the city   It borders on the
^pi at. u re of t h e f am ous e p izo o t ic of  I wo y ea rs
��ago.   ft  is calculated  that  there  are  1000
wborses suffering-tlie symptoms.
B   Boston, 22���:Vice President Wilson declines
IIto  accept the nomination for Governor of
New York. 22d ���The new ship Big Bonanza
flailed to day for Stu Francisco.
Washington, 22d��� The Attorney General
has received several telegrams from Mississippi Irom persons of both political parties
commending his letter to Governor Amos,
which is described as having a very salutary
effect. Perfect peace reigns in the lately re
ported disorderly, portions ot the State
Louisiana is now entirely quiet.        -���---:���':.
Washington, 22d^While the internal rev
ifl__.__f4__    lUslkiii* ft* t*ttstim     ��..
the Treasury DeparlmenL (hose from Customs
!iri��* Jess than those for the corresponding
monih.fif.lasfyear.. ' .<.:
Cincinnati. Sept/23d--The Times Southern
says parties who arrived from Todianola lasl
night* Mid who Werethere dn ring the terrible
cvclone. fully confirm even the iriost sensa-
tioiinl reports of the '''destruction"of- life sad
property there .. Out of 800 houses only live
are. left/standing/-During. Thursday niirht.
wiwni the storm was at its -height, the water
iii.the ci��y rose over six feet in two hours,
sweeping ereryYluog'Tn its way and covering
the. plain in the rear of the city for miles h��r��k
ton depth of several feet. Several i1 trial) vil-
iM^'s/iinmberinga.total population ot I.0Q0.
ars"i-wept out of existence, with 2o0.-ftvija
lorf, A total of 400 lives have beea lost���
ParuVs from the scene give ihe most harrow-
ins account of the deal itu lion'off ht* survivors
W h t( n t bey left In d iti ri ol a on M on day I wen ty
bodies had beeu recovered.. The stench In
the city from the putrefaction of dead bod la*.
���.togethet1: with tbe stench 'from dead aniuiiils,
is almost intolerable.  *
��� I5f)8too, 23d���The following was seat from
Boston iXXy ' '' ."  '; 'X        ���   i
*�� Vri the Mayor of Galveston : The citizens
of Poston offer their heart felt sympathy to
the citizens of Galveston arid Jndianola. and
towns on the coast of Texas which have been
ruined, by. the recent terrible storm. You are
hereby authorised t'Vdraw on me at sight for
Si).0f )0 for t heir immed ia te re lief. A supp ly
of clothing', wilLbe forwarded immediately,-l
j.0 Cobb, Mayor.*; y w..- - '��� ���' ��� ��� 'A y   ������ y v
Contributions have been forwarded from
San 'Antonio, Atistin. and ..other, cities, in
Te tii 6, Passengers arf i ring from Co I u mbiii
and Richmond on tjie: Harrlshurgh,. railway.
say the storm has been destructive '\ thro ugh-
ouf lbe country. The bridge over the Brazos
at Richmond,-which was;damaged, is being
repaired. It la said a party of. ��� Mexicans /ui
Sunday began to rob. the dead bodies washed
ashore. ?���-Toe rascals Were" cl Hipping' off the
ifi n gei's.; h a n d s a n d ea rs of t lie in e 11 airi d' woirien
to aIWatnftheir.jewelry. �� As,soon as this was
heard of in'the city, a body oi_c.iUzens.went
a rid Ic11 fell "fi ve*Mexicaus who were caugb t at
the devilish work;, :    ;A ;������' .A  ���
\""' ;��� /���.    / KunoPE.'"'"". y
Sahfander,!8th-^A force of 568 infantry
embarked fur Cuba yesterday: >;.-:
Constantinople, l"8th���Latest advices'stale
that the Coosnls of Austria, Germany, and
Italy' despair iot. being able to bring aliiiiif
negoliatioiia between the Boznian insurgents
and the Servia Pasha. The Turkish Commissioner, the English. French and Russian Coti.
suls fusU lies In Herzegovina, and they are
still ljopefnl. because the insurgents here show.
a conciliatory disposition. They are unable.
however; to give a definite report of the result
of their mission until they have interviewed
Ihe insurgents in "the ni on mains near Gatchka.
London, 18tb���A .special, telegram from
Callaro states the insurrection is not -declining in Herzegovina.. There have been some
sharp encounters, in which the Turks were
defeated. :
Vienna, 18th��� Insurreciion has broken'out
at Tic hovel. /The insurgents burnt the Turkish gimrd-house and the garrison fi����d. The
insurrection is said to be spreading in Western fiosinia. and it is rumored that prepara-
lionsliave been made for a general rising.
- Kern guy; Eva tz, 20th - 11 is rum ored t hat
t he Ml il ress: of the Ski i p chin a d oes no t men-
tion the; fiubject pf war- b ii t .a''specia 1 address
to Prki ce 'M i 1 ah will be p ro posed w he r ei u
th e Upuse will as k the Govern me n 11 o dec I a re
war. ; it is also asserted that ihe Government
will leave the initiative to the nation. Advices from Boznia report an engagement ves
Ierdfi y bet wee ti 2500 i nsu rgen is a u d a tii i;k-
ish IJrlgade, which resulted in the defeat of
the ���Turks. The insurrection continues io
spread. In the Skupchina to-day the address
in reply to. Prince'Milan' reported by the
committee was adopted by a vote of 71 to 44-.
The address simp Ijy paraph raised the Prince's
speech regarding ^the TiirkUh. troubles, ami
contained no warlike.declaration. .
Ltfndon-, 20���A telegram from Vienna ex-
pres?o_3 the opinion tha i' n��>w the Tu rka h?i ve
had lime to occupy in force/tne Boznian.frop
tier, the chances of renewing the insurrectinu
in Bt izn i a . h a ve vn n isb ed. , Th e T u r ks now
have a force of 38,000 men concentrated on
the frontier of .Servia.; ... ,./
London. 20th-���The Richmond iron works
at Stockton upon-Tees, comprising 26 fur.
nncesjiftud rolling mills, and employing 3.000
hands, has suspended. The concern is insolvent.
.Geii. Dorregaray has been appointed Com
maiuhwn-Chiet of the Carlist army,and Gen.
T ri sla'n y Carl i st Cap tain - Gene ra 1 o f Ca ta 1 o n ia.
���Paris, 20th���Three thousand'Cariists cross.
ed lbe French frontier They will 'be'disarmed.
Paris, 22d���The principal manufacturers of
this city will bold a meeting to-day in favar
of ty�� Pbiladalphia Esbil?i*'oi4,
M a d rid ,��� 22d ���-T he Co r res pond erie i a of I b is
ei t v say sit hat Ca r d i rial: Sy m andL  i he pa i��a 1
Noticie. addressed a note to the-lav Govein
inerttvbeggtng the execution-'of I'lieConconVat
b et ween Spa iu a nd; the Va \ ica n. the pay m en t
ot arrears due to ihe clergy, and ihnt riomiii-
ntloi'i to thestUKvacant Bishoprics/be made
as soon as possible.   The reply1 was couched
in. cohcilia'triry. out firm language."'��� Tlie Ministers endeavored  to convince.;:*he Nuncio,
t h a t  the ci re u m�� I a n ces of  the Le agii e... n o j
longer permitted lira to put forward hia  dent :i n d a *   I i i s bel i e v ed he re i h A t i t he; Va (i ca n
will finally abandon iis pretensions.
Ilendaye. 22d--The Northern army has cut
!offall crunmnnication.between.tbe.Garlis's.in
Navarre arid Aragon, who. are thus compelled,
to cross the frontier.,.. / ,, /;'/,   :
Vienna. 22d -^.Tlie Emperor of Austria on
receiving the Pari! ��mentary delegation, spoke
hopefully as.to the maintainance'of peace.
Santandre. 22d���The- embarkation of
troops for Cuba i?�� stendily going on. Up to
the present time 4,000 have eaile^ for that
Island.'- ���'���"������': ' -������'   -a.'-' '���
. A yrA A-   CUBA, ;;..:���- AyAAyJAAy.
St. Thomas, 20Jh~-Ati expedition .'wot successfully landed In Cuba by the '.'.steamer
Uruguay. At the same ; tiriie;General Acu-
quilera'landed from Jama ica',; an other vessel
landed two batteries,11500 stand of arms, and
500.000 cartridges. A party of; freemen and
officers had the rnunitiotisin cbarge. and were
g I ad I y~ recei ved b f the Gii b a ri fo r cea. / / /
���������THE yELjECTlpmyyy;"
VlbTOKlA ^
Victoria, / 21str-rTolmie , and;..f Ilemphreys
elec ted.'/'���/":/"..'/.������/ ^/./���'.:/. '.AAA,A :���!���;..'. :A\
Sm I the  and Piinbury.. were;, returned for j
Cowichan; ' /    }     '.���'      -/''��.'....'/../.''
Quartz at Soda Crkkk. ���Cons;<* cfab 1 e at*
I e n I ion I i no w bei n -g pa id to p res pe e i i n vr for
quartz around Soda Creek.and if'-one half of
the reports, in circulation are verified here-
after,"asecond Washoe has beerisiruckiW the
Car j bpo district.   It is said I ed g e> eq uaJ ly as:
good; as-;those at ��� godtycreek, exist.soii- both
si des ri f ti ie ri ye r f o<r ��� a -d is t a n ce o f. t b i r ty m i les
bel o w t ha i p I a ce, dnd sey era 1 'of the tn bare
been iocateu^aud aamplesof ine rook sent Atri
tlie Barkerville Assay Office for a asay/Fif.^
teen hundred pounds of quartz from the Soda'
creek ledge has been sent to, San .Francisco,
fo r the piu rpbse of bei ng mil led an d t est ed.
Mixing.���The cry is still.<.��� no water PVami:
the. want of. fhis^ necessajry article is 'a���serious
drAWbiVck to mining operations. On:Conklin
gulch the. Cora co., washed up, 63 oz. last
, w e ek aiid 25 oz. il p t o: Th u rsd *y. p Se vera I��
of the WiilUms. creek claims,are-taking out
small pay/�� The Nason co. on Antler are stilt
running ahead to find .the bedrock On
Ltghining creek, tlie Van Winkle oo, bad 1,551
oz. last week, the Victoria 491 o&; Vancouver
78 oii Vulcan 100 oz, -^ V, , 'AAAv'A, ;/!; \:y:
; Thk 'Cahkbt hyd et'ilic/ claim, WilUamr
creek; was fold yesterday by the owner, JWr
Thomas Poller, for $f,00u,;lbe .purchasers
being Messrs: Paulson, Triiman and Harding;
Mr Potter leaves for Victoria by to-morrow V
Express,-and we hope that prosperity wilt
attend him in his new calling���farming.A-yy
QrjAftT2.'���An  assay of ^riartz from /'Mr,
H ri I ra es * I edge,, .pea r Srio wsh rie,? resui ted as
follows:���14,1711 silver uod 0.19;0 gold to
the'ton. yA:yyyyi:A
. ,!PkaR30x's KxpnoArrTho next ��tag�� of thm
Exp ress ���wil I leave Barkerville oo . Saturday,
October 9th.    ��� AAV". '.. A. ��� aAA'-' AiVA-yy y
/TALt Assize.���A Court of A��tze will ha
held at Richfield .on Monday, 18th of October,'
The nomination for New -Westminster District took pi ace ] f esterd ay.. Pol I i n g will fa k e
p 1 a ce on .Wed nesd a y n ext. ,2 9 \ h..: Tb e n om i n -
atiou for the City will take place on'Monday,
October 4th, and polling on Thursday; Oct.
7th. For the District, five candidates are in
ihe field, viz. ���Ifon. Mr Armstrong; Ehenezer
Brown A M r McGi Hvray, Mr .Rogers,.' and M r
Campbell. For tbe City, tw-o candidates-
Messrs. Dickinson and Holbrook.
Yalb District. :       !;.'
Mr James T. Robinson and -Mr J. P. Alison
have issued addresses to  the .electors.���'.Two
or  three other gentlemen are reported as j Mahometans or Roman Catholics.   Asre.lt
'_ph.il is .iti''Turkey a much more powerful element- than    nationality, .the  Mahomed ana,
Tttr nBnzKGovrxA.TrA C'/rrespondentJaV
Ra 2 usa o f" t h e Pes f er; LI by d gi vea some in fo r ���
ma tion as to the seat of tlje -insiirrectipn in
the Herzegovina. '-Tim Whole Province, he
says, is n o t, m o re. th a n 20 0 squ a re. mi' es i n extent, about. 30 of which are fields. 40YWbods,<
25 meadows, and 95 are totally barren.
Bare! va t hi r d. th ere fore; 0 ff he sin il f. affo id s
any-provision for man or beast; land even in
favorable years;^ the - Herzegbviha does not
produce.sufficient corn: and maizo for the
wants '��� of its inhabitants. As to manuiac-
tories,'there are none whatever except in the
town of;.f"ocsa. on the right bank of the D'rioa,-
which produces woollen* leather, and iron
goods,, and keeps up a busy traffic with Ra-
gnsa. The pppulation oiAihey province is a
Utile over, 200,000, one-half of whom belong
to /the Greek Church, the -��est being'either'
being likely to run;
Tub Wbatiikr.���The/lry weather still continues. A few inches of rain fell on; Tuesday
and Wednesday, with ertry appearance of
a eonlinnance, but on Thursday morning we
had a return of the  dry  weather.   This has
Roman Catholics, and" Greek. Catholics look
upon each other as strangers, thoiign they all
belong to Ihe.'sauie race, The Roman Catho-
lies, indeed, are so hostile to .ihe ria jmbers of
thi�� Greek Church that they rather sympathize
with the-Mrfhom'edans! Iu all the" Herzego-
riniari insurrections the Greek Catholics have
been the dryest season since 1868 when the j taken ihe   lead, while the Roman Catholics
rainfall was almost, nil, followed,' however,
by  a  mild; winter, with a good supply-of
water in the different creeks, which it is to be
hoped wil 1 be t h e; c tise dti ri rig the Coming
winter.   The coldest weather during .the winter of' 1868 9 was 13 below zero, and tbatrfor
6m night only." "- '���:iy:y:i "/'''������/'./'���:-.:/'
- A Barefackd Liar. ���In the face of a card
published and signed by jijessrs. TrimlJle and
Douglas, two of the recently elected members
Tor Victoria City, in which they dieiinctly
state   that   they    are   supporters   of   the
Local Government, the editor of the Colon's
classes these gentlemen as Reformers and
opponents of the Go yarn merit I ^ The/same
system of lying is applied to other gentlemen
elected,, who bave publicly declared their
intention of supporting the Government.
have maintained a " benevolent neutrality^
towards the Turks. The head quart ers of Ihe
present rising is the tableland of Neveginye,
where there is a village; of the^ 8mme, name
with some i200 inhabitants. The^total popu-
iatiori of. this district is not more than 3 700^
and the correspoiiderit; thinks1-that /if;, the
Turkish Govern merit would send adequate
reinforcements to its weak garrisons at; MoS*'
tar.Trebiuye, arid Dilek, it would have no
difficulty in suppressing the insurrection.;
Tub Russi as F^kkt.���The Russian' In va* Ma
j'says that the Mussjan fleet is composed now
of 29 Ironclad and 196 other vessels, carrying
altogether 521 guns/ The tonnage of the
fleet is 172.401. nnd the horsepower of the
steam-engines-31.798. The personnel of tha
[fleet consists of 81 admiral's, 1.224 other offi-
c e iri. 531 in a t< ��'s'.' 210 ar 1 i 11 ery officers. 14 5 en -
gineers. 54/5 mechaniciaris.56 officer constructors, 297 officers of the admiralty, 260 surgeons.' 480 civil officials, and  24.500 sailors/
���two in the Black Sea.
*0arkaudy& Co^yExprbss left' Quesnel-j;0^^? 29 ��**onclads, 27 are in the Baltic and
mouth at 4 o clock yesterday afternoon, and
arrived at Barkerville at 6 o'clock this morning.   Passenger list:���Miss Lindsay, for Stan
ley;  two Sisters of/ OKa ri ty��� Sis ter 4 Joseph
and Peter���for Williams Lake Mission.
ExroRTS.~Ryder*8 ox wagons, which hnv*
been running for the past two monlhs be
tween Barkerville and Quesnelmouth, left for
Yale on Thursday. One of the wagons was
loaded wilh hides, and the other will be
loaded with furs at Quesnelmouth.
Large Wasu-up.���The largest waab-up on
record on Lightning was tbat of the Van j
Winkle company last week, when tbe yield
Mounted t& UH %% '
Bbrkklky, September, 1S69.���Gentlemen,
I feel it a diify'I owe to you to express my
gratitude for the great benefit I have rlerived
by taking * Norton's Camomile Pills.' I applied to your agent. Mr 'Bell. Berkeley, for
the above-named Pills, for winrlin the stomach, from which I suJFered excruci-iting pain
I for a length of time, having tried nearly
every remedy prescribed, but with' ut deriving any benefit at all. After taking tw.6
bottles of your valuable Pills, I was quite
restored to my usual slate of health. Please
give this publicity for the benefit of those
who may be thus afflicted.���I am, sir, truly
yours, Hbnrt Allfass.���To the "^roprisfors
-  1, iir.TOE��mMrwTrrrn?gf"ii'TrwrT^ i 'i1)- BfiwmaaaBjHBai .���^gr^yf��w?p*ny^^��"""wrT!ii
. a. v- yv- caxadaaa;,;/'/;     -.;.v
Victoria /.by tbe (3 race; of Go fl, o f. th e IT n i fed"'
Kiagdorn  of Great'Britain' arid Ireland',
:-;: Qukkn, Defender of fthf Fait li, &C./&C./&C
*To al" to whorri the^e;prege.iit8: shall ootne���-
���' ACririKTiKoV, //������/.; yyAXyAy Al'-y- A::
��� ^Ayjivno(&m
Attorney-General. *//beinK desirous 'and
reso! ve ri,. as soon " ob iri'iy t�� e, to'rii eet 0i t r ���
"5Vop Ie of 0ur Proy] nco: of Brt Iish Co 1 o mbia;
uhd to/nave thoir'advfce: invOur 'LejijisVaiiije
<lo hereby,' by^ and 'with tbe ady!o��*bf" pVtr
"Hxecnthre Council of'British Ci i I ulif b i ay si iiii/
7non nod call-together the tiegialtitfve^ApAe'tn-
Iv T-KSTiMON'T*WfiFi kof; '' "We have ;<
these Our Letters to be' mail el
[L.S.J /; JC^J^flW/TjRUtCH/,       .
./���   y\ I;y.i) CANADA.- '.'Ay.���;}.���';������:��-.'
YrcTOHrA, by the Grace of God of the United
', .Kingdom of r Great Britain   and ��� Ireland.
; Qukkn, Defender of the, Faith, &o., &c, &c.
To all to';wbom;ibese presents shall eome~
���'���Ay A Greeting;/   '::y 'Ay A a
Gko A. Walker WHEREAS, it is oxne-
s A t torriey Ge net al. l di e n t to a p p oi n t ad d i ~
lion al Pol Hn^Piaces in the'Electofal "District
of .Cariboo? and to discontfhue* the place of
!NonVi nation and Poll at HerrihVs Farm, in
the Electoral rDistrict -of' New Westminster,
arid'ajnother place to appoint in-lieu "thereof.
;;NOAV^KNPW-YBr that by < virtue 'of tlie
'authorities.oo.otaioedjn tbe*;*;* Election Regulation Act,187l," and th�� '^Qualification and
Registration. of^V^otersiAct, lS75,"the Lien-
"te'nnnt-Oovernor in Council hereby proclaims
that nilditional Polling Places shall be estab-
.��� rfh e J Inn o ra b KMJoskpn Wi ixta m f.riv?cut
.'    jjtan tenarit-Griyi-rnor pf 'Oiir said Pro-:
> **ince?of���i Rrifisli Gol ri in bin:'in��� ()rir 'City
 ai    M V*ctori>i;"in Oiirsaid Prbv'ince'rthfi
"1'hIrtietb/day>��rjA'ngiistV in-1lie yertr of
: A' -,p�� r h ord Ojne ,tjjb u wi nd yei cjh t :b rt n d ct 'd;
y     ano^ev^pfy^ny^a^^
���r-:���-.-:".P/iR^^WI^i yAAyyiyiyAi
By command! . y ' - ,�����*
-yy A. 0f^;l&$&i&& AAir^AvAA
��� AX- A.y"' -P-royihcial;Secret��ry.'l,-; Ay : - -.'., .,
;JL&]y; josepii y\ t^utch" ";��'%
a'    V V��* vtC&MDA^.'O t  -A-A v -1
,;   rt()OT
V ffTTViwA. by ;tbe Grace, ofjG^d* .of. IheUnited
Kingdom  of Great Britain and   Ireland,
/   Qukknt, Defender of the Faith, ;&c,';;,. 'yy
To all1 ;79/#hom*^ co'm^--'
' ^/ ^^P^CIjCLA^ :, a
\43ko.:A\ W:\ikmiiy] ��WHEREAS^; i^is^eTpe-
> Aa^ney-G^heraL ("->��> dient^to ���change r the
-$>'a(|ji forYtho noini nationv of- Can did at.es'for
K! - ol ion *tp :l he :Legis la tlyo.'-Ass'cm l>ly: ia -the
KU��cii t$1? I)isi ric I ^��f *Ya Ie ::': *.'���������";'-v':;': - - r"' '���' ���*l
N(��WfKNS*lv;*KE^tb��tvby virtueYof 'the
��ii i h oi?i ti ea; com ai ned.. i n' tb e :V Election Regii^
"I ai io n Aet.- ,187:1 ^land'-tbe -������'-*'Q11 h I i flcai i<m aiid
.dct'gistrj'rtmn'.of.s-^otffra Act, -1S75;'" the liieu-
Ai * ��� ii a n t; Go viir b o r' i a (" oi in ei 1 Ai erehf p roe 1 a? tri s
yririd aii^ointsMhaUhe pla'co for the nomination:
<����� CrioriiGnteti for /Sl^ciion -to -the Legislative
��� -Assembly ;lor. the Elec to ml' District of = Yale,
anditbePublic-Seal/or^ tlie' said  Pro- ,. , .
���vince^to ;be herafiri to Affixed : WitnWp,  l"8hed M^the. LI ectoraU District of Cariboo.
wrnu' 'viz::'4At th|?..ho)istt of Robkkt:'McLKKSB,:Soda
;Creek,}nf the.WiliiamsrLake.PolIing Division,
and at the. house (of A."p.: McInnks. at A1 exah-
���drlai^ in iheKeithley./Ci;eek?Poi ling-Division.
-Thatthe place::pf/Nomination  of Qandi-
datesi1 and the,' Polling Place, heretofore ap-
.pointed to be at HernngJs1FVp.m,<i.h the; Electoral j District of New Westminster, shall be
discontinned, ami^tbatr the^plaere^^'of "NomTna-
lioh of Candidatesi for 'Election; to the"Jj?gis
���Jatiye Assembly aiid the Polling Place shall.
iri lieii thereof, be;at>tbe.; boose ��� ofrEBKNKZKH
Bkown, at the North/end' of the Semiiihmoo,
Road; iri f hri. Ne w Wektmirister Pol ling Di vig-
ion.of the Electoral.District of New,We8tmin*
steri; .'       '-.   }..a.>v. yyy ���yy ���yVyv,
In TRSTiitfoxY ^HkiiKbF-%e *'baye' caused
\ these onr Letters to be made Patent,
,   /and the Pu b lie Seal o f \ be'sn id* P ro vi n ce
; to be hereunto affixediiv Witness.: aho
.";;;(.; IToiiorab'le Joskph-/WilliamJ Thutch,
.;"���; ��� LieotenaOKGoverrior of our.said'Pro-
v in ce o X J HrU is hi Co 1 ti tri hi '������ i, i n -our, 0.\iyv
\ i of Victor?a; in onr said Provirice," ihis
A A IHi ir i ie'th' day (6 f- A ligrist, i o th e year '6 f
y[ ] A- o u r Lri rd'.O ne ! h o n sh n fl e i g bv \m nd re 6;
yAy an (1 seye n.tyl- ft ve,. au & j n .the: 3 J) th y e at*
���;/ : of ouf Reign.; .t A: A*:  ���.,'���/���-.:''        .. ������'*
': i   ; -Bvvcomraanfl,   ��� .    y.       |":
������ V;   v."/jp*HN. ASIl".- '/,:./;:;/yV.A. V.A
���';.***' ProviriciarSecrolary.     ���       ���'
..,.-.,j, /,,,..  ���..,-   .... w.,,j ���,    i/io'nvt m   ..lain,
S I. be m t- j h e v Schoo 1 i Ro use, Caobo : Creek,' "VT
! ead o f ri t "'YaI e, as- b ere to f6 re;:. ;��� -"' ���: ' ���"';' * '���??.
io T^sti in 6 nyy \X h vio of. We h a ve;', caused
thesWOrir L'efters lo'be made Patent^ aud
1 he G re fit Se a I o f. $\h sa i d Pro v | n ce to be
bwii nto;faffixefl.i Witness, the ijo'iiorable
.'; J oh Brk; ��� WfLfj A m .Tin-tch / Lie u te nan t.
G o v'erri o r o f O ii r sa iti Pro v I n ce o f B r l.tish
Co I u m b i a; i n Our Oil y of Vic toriW, i n Our
p^ifl? Proyinceanis'iJOth day of Aiigiisti in
the.year:*of Our Lord, 1&7,% arid iri the
38th ��� year of Our'Reign.;"  * .  ;,      :  V:���;
fBy:cnmmand.Y      -
,; JOHN, ASH, A . \   -
.Provincial Secretary.
;;      ROAD  TAX.
11    eon's within-tUe'
.. ,"���'..���'        ���,-   '   - ��� - --   -      ^ ��� ���
���ft the CiriUoo District nf BArkfrville who are liable
to pai- Hiiiui.Tax fnr th^yonr 1875 bas^beeapoeted at
tho Mlowing (daces: ���
Mr Smith's old Stow, Htrvey rraek.
M-im*. VuiUi.ii Cv..V, Kuithlev.
t��MVyrnment OIUco, Fnrkaref QtiHne.l.
,�� '. '���;.>-��        , , -Colieetor
iFcr-Ytof Qii"?n*fl, Jan, 1,1376.
0TICEI3 HKREBV GIVEN that.a:Liat of .nil per-.
aoba within the District of Clibton -ind" Williams
Lake J)ivision;pl the .Cariboo.District who are'liable
to.pay Uoad Tax for the year 1876 haft been ppjtod. at
tbe followiogplaces; ' ���'
;; Court House, Clinton;
���-" Mr-Yea tes
' Post; Office
Fost Office, fidg.Crsek.'
A  .-A y   ys -��� ' ��� C.'BJ:|POPEt
���    "     ������..":.     ��� .'  >y.. >'���.  ���. .  ��� ������   Collector.*
Clinton, Jan. 13' 1ST*.
,. Soda Creek/ *
15d Mile Honae.
"VOTra IS H EREBYGlfEK that a Uitor-all peril    fc��n_ wil bin the
of'the Ullooet His trie '/who mi liabletopay HHad Tax
jor tbe year 1876 can be seen at my ofilco hnily.
,.. ' , ... .A. \V. SNIITH, y... .Y ..
'"* 'Assessor And Collector.'
Lillooet. Jan. �����187ft. y
la tbe-raafter of DOMIMQUE  ERCOLI,���a
'.  Bankniof. }
\TOTICE i* hereby given that'the examination of
L% the Bittkrnpt.ippoint(:d to be held before this
Court on Friday,' thw 3.1 tlay of -September,' A. f>. 1870,
has been a<ijrmrutjd !iy the Judge ol the said Court lo
the next silting of the fciipreme Court, to beholden
at Richfield.     .       '    , .;���-.   -,-���,.        :
Dated tho 4th day of September, A. D. 1875.
. . AhKX.K. ti.  DAVIE,
Counsel for tho Bmkrupt.
���AT THB���J
VOTICB KS UKRKBY OIVEN that:a List of all per-
Jl *'ma wlthjn tim Riehfleld, ldghtningi and Ques-
p 'UnouKi PoMng Divisions:of tbo Cariboo. District1
vi un; nre Inible to p,.y Komi Tax for the year 1876
��c.tn t>o seen hi tbe following places:
Court House,1 RiehlklA,
���P'degraph^nc'e, 'V��n\V* inkle/
I'fwtOfllcc, QaesBchooutb.
Barkeryilje,'Feb..��h, iin;  ./���/��� ',^^./i
Keep on hand everything
The Celebrated XXX Al��
': . ��� Air'appllcatloos for Private'Biiii,. property the
object of li-gislation by the Legislative Asscmblt of
Brittsh Columbia, wltuJn tbe purview bf| uThoRr��ti8h
North America Act.'1807, V whether lor tbe erectluo of
a Bridge; the making of.a "Railroad, Turnpike Road, or
Telegraph Line, the construction or improvement of a
Harbor, Canal, Lock, Dam or. Slide, or ottier like work:
^ho granting/of a righ't of Ferry;,the Incorporation of
any.particular trade or calling, or'of ony Jo!nt��Stock
Company; or otherwise fpr granting to anyJnilivldual
or individuals any exclusive or peculiar rights or ��m
&&*:��&&and seW ��>Wfc"""* *��'*w7"h ���7*^���V^��$&?X&%&
tailin Its purity,and
The best Liquors ic Cigars
constantly kept on. hand.
Tbo "Lodging":Departmerit
will be, al ways carefully .attended tn; end the besi
Beds and accommodation provided for their cqp��
tomers , delfl ''
Frank^ Perrett^
I   and get as ..much comfort for tbe Inner man aa
any other man can provide for tbe same ftnabnnft'ef
cash Jn'the shape of..  .   ���   ..., ,-;.':   , .y     A.XAy -.'/'<*
���#nes, Lipuoiis iipmm |
;v; / ���/"*'.or t'he best qoalitt.: /Z [ ,./'^
' A-' l-: ��� - ������ ��� ���������' ...    .,    ..j.
'N.B.���Tb^nll up tbe time, t will altee* io Ue
;.       TAILORiNQ   BUSINESS.'       r
And SRWINO MACHINE work ef every;'deeer1ptton
wiJl.be done at the shortest 'uotioe a.l reasonable
chnrg('S.:    *    A - ��  * Y   .
no7- . FRANK PERRnTTT.   ^
operation wouiu; afreet the right or prop,
erty of other parlies, or relate to any particular class
of:the commuulty; or tor making any amendment of a
like nature to any former Act, sliait reqnire a Notice,
clearly and distinctly specifying the nature anil object
of tho application, io be published as follows, viz.:
A Notice Inserted In the British ;0��Jumbia Gazette,
andln'dne newppaper published in, tbe district af-
footed, or if there be no' newspaper published therein,
then in a newspaper in tbe next 'nearest-'district in'
which a newspaper Is published. \r.;       y;y-:.."' '���.
Such notice shall.be continued In.each case ef
a period of at least six Weeks, during *tb��. interval^r
time between tbo close of Hbe noxt'preceJtng Session
and tlie consideration:of the pcittion. 'iy'A'A\--'MA> '���'' ���.
Before any Petition praying for leave to brlnf
In a Private Bill for the erection or a Toll Bridge
presented-.to'the'House;'tho'person or'persons in ten if
ing tpjpetitlon for such Bill shall,' upon giving the no
tioe prescribed in;the preceding Rule, ajso at the same
time, and in tb�� s'�� me manner, give no lice of the rates
whieb they, in tend to ask;--the extent 'bf.Hhe*prlvHeg��;:
the height of the arcbes, vtlie intervalf;between tha
abutmentf�� or piers for the pasMge of rafta or vessels,
and mentioning, also whether tli ey Intend to erect a
drawbridge or not, and'the dlmcnsions^of the same,
���i J. JRoWljiND HRTT,
"A*. ....      :. I ���     ' Clerk?ef the Leg I si au ve Asae mblf.   *���
"��� to the spsicious premises former I r known as tbo
St. Georife Salo.m, where-they wUlbe-a:ta!lUisnss:
prepared tofaruish ��� .'; , .. .-.'
: ; V / Barkerville,     ���  *
vAaaA'A'   Importer and Dealer ia
A-Ay ; ALl(^CmBy V     :
^tobagco.: v.; ���";���-.
\ fwll Wsoried/a'tock of! LACEn liiBiiONH,
t&C See., for Ln'dtes* anil tJenti���m����n.   /
',a5Th��   BAH Is fnrn'shed
ME At 8     -'������
with   he finest WIK��
Board, >   $12*pe* Week,
el7 6m
''.    [LATE LIPSETT"8,] / .
VTTM. F.ORRF.ST begs to inform his friends
\ f     ��nrl the public that he hm purchased the fca-
looa  in   Barkerville so well   know'tv-a*   LlpseU's
.Saloon, where he will dispense for an eqnlvalenr .
.'Tlie "best Liq uors & Ciarars.
\m -     ��    - *
Commissipn Merohanfa
A RK proparod to furnish Lumber et ��helr miU,
x*L   WiliiauiCreek, or deliver It to ordsf.
"SfHavingaPIanlngJM&ehiae in e
also furnish
N.B.���ThisPatenUnpecnrcd for fcbe United
States, Canada. Kngland and Gerinanj.-   ���
���    *Mj ;" --,   j   -.
(Twelve Miles from Victoria,)
\J will And the Mount New ion Hotel one of tbe most
pleasant rusting p la ct-8 on tlie Isli��n.l.
The Hou.su i* inindsuiriely furnisued, the Beds Qrst-
class, and the Bar is well stockod with choico Wincs^
i^lquurs and Cigars.
:   ��� ��� JOHN*HHNDERSKN.
��e linerajly ��xfc��a��^ te Ike eld firm
:;   and Mining Aerent,
iM8rO��p-ls received and st��r��'S in FI&E-PKOQF
CK"LLAa aad liWral adva&B>�� sonvle ea^ saao, ht
reasssatoo pa-&es      - '  ;
dated 16th May,' 1572, from an old tn'llabl}
taut ul Hornlngsliam, near.Wariuinster,
. WiitsV' . .
���   ��� tot -
A-1 must also beg to say that your Pills are
an excellent medicine forme, aud 1 certainly
doenJMy'good health, sound sleep,,.and' a
good appetite. This is owing to taking your
Pills,   lam 78years old,
"Remaining, QentlerasA, yoareA**ry're-
speeirully, jl_.a..4,
To lb�� Propriatora cf


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